Referring Patients to Salience TMS

Salience Partners with You

Salience sees patients from all across DFW and Houston and at various stages of depression. Our mission is to relentlessly pursue remission and recovery, together, one patient at a time.

We are committed to delivering an exceptional experience to referring physicians and their patients. We respect your ongoing relationships with your patients and appreciate the opportunity to collaborate with you on their TMS Therapy treatment plans.

To refer a patient, you don’t need to know a Salience TMS Therapy Director or have a prior relationship with us. Let us collaborate with you to provide patients with the highest quality TMS care.

Refer a Patient to Salience TMS Neuro Solutions

Please fill out the information for the patient below. If you have any questions or problems referring, please call Anthony Antwine at (945) 227-5253.
  • Patient Info

  • Referring Physician Info

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A doctor and group of care navigators talking about a patient.

Salience Partners with You

Salience sees patients from all across DFW and Houston and at various stages of depression. Our mission is to relentlessly pursue remission and recovery, Together, one patient at a time.

We are committed to delivering an exceptional experience to referring physicians and their patients. We respect your ongoing relationships with your patients and appreciate the opportunity to collaborate with you on their TMS Therapy treatment plans.

To refer a patient, you don’t need to know a Salience TMS Therapy Director or have a prior relationship with us. Let us collaborate with you to provide patients with the highest quality TMS care.

Refer a Patient to Salience TMS Neuro Solutions

Please fill out the information for the patient below. If you have any questions or problems referring, please call Anthony Antwine at (945) 227-5253.
  • Patient Info

  • Referring Physician Info

Salience has provided more than 500,000 TMS treatments to patients struggling with depression.

Why work with Salience TMS

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Patient Success

85% of patients at Salience report seeing improvements in their depression symptoms from TMS Therapy.

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Non-Invasive Treatment

TMS requires no sedation, is non-invasive, and lasts only 20 minutes. Patients can drive themselves to and from treatment.

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Coordination of Care

Referring Providers will feel connected with the treatment process as we send regular updates regarding your patient. Coordination of care and collaboration is one of our top priorities.

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Best-in-Class TMS Therapy

We specialize on one thing: TMS Therapy. This singular focus gives us specialized expertise and training with today’s most effective TMS protocols.

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Access to Care

Locations all around the DFW and Houston metroplex allow patients easy access to completing their TMS Therapy.

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Research Backed Care

Our research team uses this database to analyze and reach conclusions on how to best treat patients using TMS therapy.

Why work with Salience TMS

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Patient Success

85% of patients at Salience report seeing improvements in their depression symptoms from TMS Therapy.

Light Blue Circle with Checklist

Non-Invasive Treatment

TMS requires no sedation, is non-invasive, and lasts only 20 minutes. Patients can drive themselves to and from treatment.

Light Blue Circle with Arrow

Coordination of Care

Referring Providers will feel connected with the treatment process as we send regular updates regarding your patient. Coordination of care and collaboration is one of our top priorities.

Light Blue Circle with Hand with Heart

Best-in-Class TMS Therapy

We focus on one thing: TMS Therapy. This singular focus gives us specialized expertise and training with today’s most effective TMS protocols.

Light Blue Circle with Graph

Access to Care

Locations all around the DFW and Houston metroplex allow patients easy access to completing their TMS Therapy.

Light Blue Cirle with Star Review

Researched Backed Care

Our research team uses this database to analyze and reach conclusions on how to best treat patients using TMS therapy.

What to Expect when you Refer A Patient

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Referring to Salience TMS

It's easy to refer a patient using our online system. Please provide us with some basic demographic information so we can contact the patient, and let your patient know that we will contact them within one business day.

Your patient will receive a call from our Patient Liaison team. Our team will provide them with essential knowledge about TMS therapy, take down their insurance information, and schedule them with a complimentary consult date with one of our patient advocates. We have many locations across DFW and Houston. Our team will work with your patient to schedule them at a location of their choice.

Male doctor on duty in white coat reading patient's information with pen in hand, filling prescription or checklist document, close up, selective focus on pen, health and medical concept.

Referring to Salience TMS

It's easy to refer a patient using our online system. Please provide us with some basic demographic information so we can contact the patient, and let your patient know that we will contact them within one business day.

Your patient will receive a call from our Patient Liaison team. Our team will provide them with essential knowledge about TMS therapy, take down their insurance information, and schedule them with a complimentary consult date with one of our patient advocates. We have many locations across DFW and Houston. Our team will work with your patient to schedule them at a location of their choice.

What to Expect During Their Treatment

Before starting treatment, your patient will receive a TMS evaluation from one of our trained TMS Therapy Directors. This TMS evaluation will help to educate your patient on what to expect with treatment and make sure they are a clear candidate for TMS therapy.

It is recommended that your patient receive at least 36 sessions of TMS Therapy. Patients can expect to be in and out in less than 20 minutes for each daily session.

You will receive weekly patient progress updates with PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scores during treatment. In addition, our TMS Therapy Directors oversee treatment, monitor patients' progress, and determine protocol changes based on your patient's response to treatment. They may contact you if they need to collaborate or coordinate with you on their care.

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Patient sitting in TMS Therapy Chair Treating

What to Expect During Their Treatment

Before starting treatment, your patient will receive a TMS evaluation from one of our trained TMS Therapy Directors. This TMS evaluation will help to educate your patient on what to expect with treatment and make sure they are a clear candidate for TMS therapy.

It is recommended that your patient receive at least 36 sessions of TMS Therapy. Patients can expect to be in and out in less than 20 minutes for each daily session.

You will receive weekly patient progress updates with PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scores during treatment. In addition, our TMS Therapy Directors oversee treatment, monitor patients' progress, and determine protocol changes based on your patient's response to treatment. They may contact you if they need to collaborate or coordinate with you on their care.

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What to Expect Post TMS Therapy

Completing TMS typically takes around 6 to 7 weeks to complete. At the conclusion of the treatment course, you will receive an End of Treatment (EOT) report. The report includes all weekly progress notes, weekly PHQ-9, and GAD-7 scores, and an overall summary of your patient's progress throughout their treatment.

Our team instructs your patients to make a follow-up appointment with you within the next 2-4 weeks. You can also expect your patient's Treatment Coordinator Manager or Patient Advocate to follow up in person and answer any questions you may have about your patient's EOT report.

Finally, your patient will join our Salience Alumni Program which will prompt our team to check in with them regularly to stay proactive on the relapse of their symptoms.

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What to Expect Post TMS Therapy

Completing TMS typically takes around 6 to 7 weeks to complete. At the conclusion of the treatment course, you will receive an End of Treatment (EOT) report. The report includes all weekly progress notes, weekly PHQ-9, and GAD-7 scores, and an overall summary of your patient's progress throughout their treatment.

Our team instructs your patients to make a follow-up appointment with you within the next 2-4 weeks. You can also expect your patient's Treatment Coordinator Manager or Patient Advocate to follow up in person and answer any questions you may have about your patient's EOT report.

Finally, your patient will join our Salience Alumni Program which will prompt our team to check in with them regularly to stay proactive on the relapse of their symptoms.

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What do providers say about working with Salience?

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"Salience's comprehensive treatment plan allows the doctor to customize their patient’s treatment and focus on what is only clinically best for the patient. They have added no stress or work to our office and have supplied everything we need to attain results. They are the best structure for TMS Therapy."

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a candidate for TMS Treatment?

The FDA has approved TMS for patients 22 and older, suffering from Major Depressive Disorder who have failed to receive satisfactory improvement from antidepressant medication in the current episode. The American Psychiatric Association’s best practices for the treatment of depression states to use TMS after the first line of medication. rTMS has also been used off-label by clinical researchers to treat:

  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Adolescent Depression
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Bipolar Depression
  • Cognitive Decline
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Post Stroke
Is TMS the same as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)?

No. ECT was designed to cause a series of generalized seizures, requires hospitalization, general anesthetics, and/or muscle relaxers. TMS is an office-based procedure, performed without muscle relaxers or anesthesia and does not cause a series of seizures, memory loss, nausea, or confusion, which are typical concerns with ECT. TMS patients are able to drive themselves to and from treatment, remain awake, and can converse or listen to music throughout the treatment. Our treatment is completed during a 30-minute visit depending on the patient, minimizing interruptions to their typical day.

What are the side effects of TMS?

Some patients experience mild scalp discomfort in the area where the magnetic coil is placed. Patients often experience minor headaches with treatment. Those will subside within 2-3 weeks of treatment. Our treatment coordinators are highly trained to provide a comforting environment for your patients, minimizing the risk of minor headaches.

What kinds of patients cannot receive TMS?

Some patients cannot receive TMS treatments if they have non-removable metal implants within their head (with the exception of braces or dental fillings). Failure to follow this rule could cause the object to heat up, move, or malfunction, and result in serious injury or death. Problematic metal implants include: aneurysm clips or coils, stents in the neck or brain, deep brain stimulators, electrodes to monitor brain activity, metallic implants in eyes or ears, shrapnel or bullet fragments in or near the head, facial tattoos with metallic or magnetic-sensitive ink, or any other metal devices/objects implanted in or near the head. Patients with active or past psychosis should not receive TMS.

How can I receive updates on my patient's progress?

Once a patient is referred for TMS treatment, we keep you updated in order to maintain continuity of care. You will be notified when your patients come in for their consultation and will be kept in the loop through weekly treatment updates, provided via fax or encrypted emails. If our TMS Therapy Directors have any questions or concerns regarding your patient's treatment, they will reach out directly.